“We all have been marveling over how great your gear opens up the music.
Both products have been invaluable assets to the special superior sound of my record.
I'm so fortunate to have the opportunity to use them for this project about peace through global collaboration.
Thanks for being a part of this grand vision for the future.”
Mr. Herbie Hancock
multiple Grammy-winning artist and musical pioneer, commenting on our A/D and D/A Converters he used for his “IMAGINE PROJECT”, released June 21st, 2010
"I have been using the ADC2 to capture Herbie Hancock's top piano mics. The Weiss ADC2 has the ability to capture the highest level of detail while keeping the tonal integrity of any instrument the best that I have heard. The ADC2 is my favorite converter."
Helik Hadar (Engineer/Mixer - Herbie Hancock's Grammy Winning "River: The Joni Letters")
"The ADC2 is a sophisticated, audiophile-quality converter with a musical soul."
Alan Silverman, Pro Audio Review, Sept 2006. Read the full review here.
"The ADC2 is one of the few purchases
in my life that I am happier about every year I own it. Just fabulous! The
Douglas Thompson, Burnsville, USA
"I have finally listened to your ADC2 in all sampling rates. I experienced what I expected. This is the best A/D converter that I have ever heard. Not only does it sound analog on 24/176,4, (I cannot hear any difference in A/B comparison from my analog tapes), it also sounds better than anything I know of down to 16/44.1, with the POW-R dither of course. (I prefer dither no 2). (There is of course a difference at 44.1 from the analog tapes , but it is smaller here than anything that I have heard before). Great!"
Mats Hellberg, Hellberg Ljud AB, Sweden
"Hello Daniel, my client that purchased the 16 Weiss ADC2 converters has them committed to the new Star Wars film scoring date in the U.K. at the end of January . The score is composed by John Williams and Shawn Murphy is recording it."
Lincoln Zimmanck, AID Inc., Hollywood, USA
"Jim Anderson just finished using [the ADC2] to capture the stereo mixdown of the new DD Jackson album (virtuoso jazz piano) and the new Patricia Barber CD (vocalist) for
Bluenote at Avatar studios at 96k. The results were excellent."
Alan Silverman, Arf! Digital, USA